Japan’s interbank lending rate slides under zero

TOKYO — A benchmark interbank rate has fallen below zero for the first time since its 1995 creation as the Bank of Japan stays the course on negative interest rates. The Tokyo interbank offered rate — a yardstick of banks’ lending rates — with the …
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